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for shooting fourteen agers in a subway. he claims it is self-defense. he's 65 years old. he made a $35 pot deal in the west village last night and he was arrested. i want to bring back lou now. you are a cop in the new york city area. when everyone is talking about the subway vigilante, tell me what it was like being a police officer then. racial tension was high and there was so much going on. initially, he wasn't charged with attempted murder or shooting them, right? >> no, nothing. my understanding is he got pretty much a pass on this incident. it was only the byproduct of someone outspoken to say more people should do what he did. they had to harness him and they decided to prosecute him. >> he was outspoken. was he seen as a hero to many new yorkers? >> i don't think he was perceived as hero. i will tell you the social climate in the city was troublesome. you couldn't walk anywhere without concern for your safety. people were just alarmed. so, i don't necessarily think they perceived him as a hero, but a lot of people understood what he did. >> every city has a crime problem, right? p
a drilling today. president obama got out of town. he just gave a spirited defense of his health care law this boston where former rival mitt romney signed a very similar and successful massachusetts law less than a decade ago. our chief congressional correspondent dana bash is standing by on capitol hill, but let's begin our coverage with our chief white house correspondent jim acosta. the president said he's responsible for obama care's flaws, but he also said that romney care also had a slow start. >> reporter: that's right. as you said, the president traveled up to boston to make those comparisons between his health care plan and mitt romney's health care plan. he was talking about the bumpy rollout. there were some bumps, but not as many in romney care. but there was another mission for the president today and that was to do some damage control acknowledging some of the website problems that have plagued obama care in recent weeks and he made mention of that pretty early on in his remarks. >> there is no denying it, right now the website is too slow, too many people have gotten stuck
, the president's i didn't know defense, was he really in the dark about obama care's troubles and u.s. snooping on world leaders? there may be cause for concern, no matter what the answer is. >>> plus some desperate americans may be successful at signing up for obama care, about you they're not necessarily the people the administration need the most in order to make the system work. >>> one year later, many superstorm sandy survivors haven't been able to put the death and the destruction behind them. i'm wolf blitzer, you're in "the situation room". >>> right now, one of the -- is being asked of president obama, what did he know? and when did he know it? the senate intelligence committee chair de anifeinstein seems to be confirming records that the president was not aware about snooping on allied leaders until recently, this only days after the health secretary kathleen sebelius said the president didn't know about failures with the obama care website until it was launched. let's bring in jim acosta, who is watching all this unfold? what's the latest, jim? >> reporter: that's right, wolf, diann
help chris brown's defense against an alleged assault on a man right here in washington, d.c.? we'll have details. >>> major announcement from the faa about rules for portable electronic devices. find out what it means for you. . >>> this is welcome news for air travelers who, for the first time, will soon be able to use most portable electronics devices throughout their entire flight cnn's chris lawrence is joining us from reagan national airport outside washington, d.c., with this much anticipated announcement from the faa. what are they telling us? >> reporter: you know, wolf, if you've ever been in the middle of a great novel on your kindle and told to shut it down while the guy next to you continues to thumb thus his 600-page hardcover, this is a game changer. basically from now on, once each airline sort of verifies with the faa their planes are okay and they're not going to get any interference, you will be able to play games on your iphone. you'll be able to read your novel on your kindle, you'd be able to go through business files reports, watch a movie on ipad, all durin
that threat. they're the first line of defense. it's something that we checked out earlier today to see, are they armed, are any of them armed and none of them are and in fact, they haven't asked for that power. so they really do face that risk together and they face it with a good amount of courage. >> let's thank them for all the good work they do. thanks very much, jim sciutto, for that. let's bring in brian todd. he's over at the magic wall along with our cnn law enforcement analyst, tom fuentes. guys, you're mapping out how all of this went down. >> that's right. according to patrick shannon, the police chief of l.a.x. airport, the shooter made his way in at the beginning, at the lead here of the terminal. he could have come in through the front area, could have come in through an exit. they're not quite sure yet. began opening fire after he opened up a bag and pulled out an assault rifle according to the police. then shot his way past tsa passenger screening. tom, i will bring you in here. tom is also, we should tell viewers, a former s.w.a.t. team member with the fbi who dealt wi
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